At some point this weekend, Vishnu said that he loves how I find so much happiness is the little things. So true.
Lucky for me, this weekend was full of wonderful little things.
In no particular order…
I was in heaven upon walking into this new to me farmer’s market. So much great stuff for so cheap. I walked out of there with a bag full of fruits, veggies, and a loaf of bread for $18!!
And that would be a kale, green apple, and cucumber juice from the market’s little café! It was pretty good, and I felt so good for drinking it.
Saturday night was wine, cheese, bread, and olives night. I finally made it happen! I wasn’t so sure how much Vishnu would enjoy this meal, but by the end of it, he mentioned that we should make this a regular thing. Music to my foodie ears!
But for real…I can’t even begin to tell you how delicious all of this was. The multi-grain bread was the loaf from the farmer’s market. The olives and cheese (goat gouda, provolone, and some blended cheese I can’t remember the name of) were from Whole Foods. I can’t wait to do this again!
I mustered up the courage to make a trip to Costco at 2 pm Sunday afternoon. Bad idea! Way. too. many. people. But I did manage to find everything on my list. We should be good to go for another few months. Ha!
A much needed pit stop to satisfy a much needed craving. This is pretty much my standard now – cookies and cream yogurt, dark chocolate chips, a few cookie dough bits, strawberries, and sliced almond. Mmmmm…
I picked up this book at the library. I’m hoping to incorporate some new moves into my strength training routine. And for the weights, well let’s just say I decided to up the anti! This is a huge step for me and my “I workout in my living room” self. I tried these bad boys out for an at home strength training workout on Sunday. And let’s just say I’m a litttttle sore today.
Two other small things that made me happy went undocumented unfortunately. One was a fun Mexican meal out on Friday night with Vishnu. I was starving by the time I got home from work so it was much needed. And number two was that I made poached eggs for lunch on Sunday…for the very first time. They actually tasted really really good! For any poached egg novices out there, I followed this method.
Well, I hope you too were able to enjoy the little things this weekend!